The ACFE strives to provide a community where anti-fraud professionals can share ideas and best practices, and get to know each other.
In the same way that fraud fighters rely on each other as a resource for new techniques and methods to help uncover white-collar crime, ACFE chapter leaders are part of a special community that can work together to bring the anti-fraud message to all corners of the world.
Every year on the Sunday before the ACFE Global Fraud Conference we organize a special chapter representatives meeting where chapter board members and officers can meet to exchange business cards, and more importantly, ideas.
The responses will be presented at the chapter representatives meeting in San Antonio and also compiled in a Chapter Leaders Resource Guide. To get an idea of what kind of information we are looking for, view the 2013 Chapter Leaders Resource guide.
In the next few weeks, I will distribute more information regarding the meeting, and I will send out RSVP forms.
Even if you don’t have plans to attend the meeting or conference, please fill out as little or as much of the survey as you like. Your fellow, and future, chapter leaders will thank you for it.